Answers were Sorted based on User's Feedback
Answer / vicky
It may be possible but not Practical....because even though
u achieve 100% coverage its doesn't make the software correct...
|Is This Answer Correct ?||5 Yes||0 No|
Answer / payal
No...100% coverage is not possible in testing...
|Is This Answer Correct ?||7 Yes||3 No|
Answer / aravind
100% coverage is absolutely possible, but it doesn't mean
that software is bug free.
Let me give an example i have 10 requirements in my software
but i developed only 9 requirements, i have written enough
number UTs to cover all the developed code and achieved 100%
coverage. But it doesn't mean that, its bug free.
Coming to the point 100% coverage is not impossible but its
a difficult task. :(
|Is This Answer Correct ?||6 Yes||2 No|
Answer / poonam
i also agree with this that 100% code coverage is not
possible as there must be some redundant code that nevers
gets executed in real time scenarios..also some code is of
error processing logic.
I am giving my views as from last one yr i am working on a
technical project in which execution all depends upon the
code coverage result--- need to check the programs for
changed lines of code.
To do 100% code coverage we need to do XPED.
|Is This Answer Correct ?||3 Yes||0 No|
Answer / basava raju
Never, completion of testing is subjective decision based
on gut feeling of the tester/test manager. We stop testing
when it becomes uneconomical to find bugs in the product
and it does'nt mean that there will not be any more bugs.
This is true as per theory as well as in practice.
Customer starts testing when tester stops it..... it is a
never ending story.....
|Is This Answer Correct ?||5 Yes||3 No|
Answer / khushwant singh
no.....100% testing is not applicable on any product .....
becoz we can do or emphasize our concepts on the product
but we are not assure that whether they complitely satisfy
all the criteria ...
|Is This Answer Correct ?||2 Yes||0 No|
What do you understand by ‘test effectiveness’ and ‘test efficiency’?
Can you help me with your suggestions so as to select a test management system that fits perfectly well with the two widely used software development methodologies i.e., agile and waterfall?
Can any one tell me abt. QA & QC
is any body looking for job in software testing
When u will start testing?
Explain bug leakage and bug release?
I test change password field for a application.But it accept new password same as old password. Is it not a issue??I raise this issue but developer team mark invalid.
what is software quality assurance?
what is the difference between QA test plan & test plan?
If there are more number of production defects, how will you tackle the team as a lead
What is meant by Bidirectional Tracebility matrix?
Please suggest a test management tool that helps in collaborating with teams located in various geographic locations.